On 10/06/2010 09:52 PM, Eero Volotinen wrote: > 2010/10/6 Γιώργος Πάλλας <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > >> On 10/06/2010 06:50 PM, Pol Hallen wrote: >> >>>> //myserver/myData/data1 /media/cifs-shares/dat1 >>>> cifs >>>> defaults,user,auto,noserverino,uid=1000,gid=1000,credentials=/home/gpall/Do >>>> cuments/samba_credentials.txt 0 >>>> >>> mount by shell with these options is success? >>> >>> Po >> Mounting by shell using these options succeeds, as well as with mount -a. >> As I wrote in another reply, I'm baffled by the fact that on a freshly >> installed system, auto mounting during boot works... >> > Nice problem, maybe you can hack some debug info into init script that > is mounting cifs on boot? > Did that and I think I found the root of the problem. Look: A. freshly installed debian /etc/default/rcS -> ASYNCMOUNTNFS=yes (default) init-+-ifup---sh---run-parts---mountnfs---mount---mount.cifs (OK, cifs share mounted) /etc/default/rcS -> ASYNCMOUNTNFS=no init-+-init---rc---startpar---startpar---mountnfs.sh---mountnfs---mount---mount.cifs (no network still - ok, logical) B. my machine /etc/default/rcS -> ASYNCMOUNTNFS=yes (default) mount.cifs never gets called!!! /etc/default/rcS -> ASYNCMOUNTNFS=no init---rc---startpar-+-startpar--mountnfs.sh---mountnfs---mount---mount.cifs (no network still - also logical) I experimented with ASYNCMOUNTNFS but found that it should be left alone to its default -> YES. So, at the bottom line, /sbin/ifup which eventually mounts cifs shares never gets called at my machine. And then it occured to me: I'm using wicd which is known (http://goo.gl/8Ysf) to not call ifup scripts. So I'm either going to get rid of wicd, or get wicd scripts options call mount -a...
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